By Marius Meyer
While the field of talent management is gaining momentum during a time of increased employer branding, the question is whether leadership and talent can be separated. Surely, you can run a very successful
By Lita Currie
The Human Resource Director for HEINEKEN South Africa leads a busy life. My interview with her is telephonic because she had just landed from a trip.
In response to my question of what she
by Camilla Pennington
There are three different sources of global University Rankings most often used by employers – each with a slightly different approach to measuring and ranking universities and each using varied methodologies to arrive
As explored in previous lectures, the culture within the organization is the foundation of its efficiency and functionality. Without an optimized organizational culture, all other aspects will fall flat, past errors may be repeated, and
Representatives from the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP), government, the private sector and non-governmental organisations made significant progress recently when they gathered to start a journey to establish a leadership standard for South Africa.
by Siphiwe Moyo
The Leadership Standard Journey is one of the most exciting projects to be involved in. While we are excited about the historic significance of the leadership standard process, leaders must realise that there will
by Kerryn Kohl
Whenever I ask the question “are you getting enough?” (Feedback, that is) to the teams I work with their initial response is yes of course. Probe a little deeper and you’ll soon discover
The New Ways of Working Show (NWOW) interviews Funeka Montjane, Chief Executive, Personal and Business Banking, South Africa at the Standard Bank Group.
I don’t have to say more. Funeka is a titan in South African